PTI Workers Arrested and Charged with Terrorism in Islamabad Protest

Eight more cases have been registered against the workers of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf who were arrested in Islamabad for protesting against the detention of party Chairman Imran Khan.

According to details, cases of terrorism have been registered against the workers for attacking the Ramna police station and the office of S.P. Industrial Area, as well as for vandalism. Another case has been registered in Shams Colony police station for the attack and destruction of property in the office of S.P.

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The text of the cases states that the suspects stole four laptops, eight computers, five printers, 12 motorcycles, and other equipment and set fire to them. The suspects also set fire to a generator worth Rs. 3 million at the SP’s office.

The cases registered by the government include 12 serious charges, including terrorism.

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In the attack on the SP’s office, ten suspects, including a district leader of the PTI, Aamir Mughal, have been nominated, and around 500 unidentified suspects have been included in both cases.

It should be noted that on May 9, the Chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and former Prime Minister Imran Khan was arrested, which led to a series of protests and demonstrations throughout the country.

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Within three days, numerous party leaders and hundreds of workers were arrested across the country, and during May 9 to May 12, 493 protestors were arrested in Islamabad alone.

Abdul Rehman

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